St Thomas' Anglican Church and cemetery dates from the 1840s and many of the district's pioneers are buried here.
According to the church website the church was built almost single-handedly by local businessman Thomas Hyndes, who provided the land, the materials and the labour. Thomas was a convict who was transported for life for highway robbery.
The images and list of inscriptions have been contributed by Paul Fitzgerald. Paul's pictures may be downloaded from the list of inscriptions for this cemetery. That list was compiled with reference to the NSW indices of births, deaths and marriages, Trove and to the Australian War Memorial online military rolls for additional information.
Many of the inscriptions without photographs are from the book "A Matter of Grave Importance" by Sally Louise.
St Thomas' Church and cemetery is on the eastern side of Coronation Parade, 500m south of the Hume Highway, Enfield New South Wales 2136. Lat/Long -33.891129,151.09173
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